Caribbean Beat Magazine

Read the September/October 2020 digital issue!

Read or download the second digital-only issue of Caribbean Beat magazine! All new for September/October 2020

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Welcome to the second digital-only edition of Caribbean Beat magazine, which takes you on a tour of the Caribbean’s wilder side! Enjoy our photographic tour of our region’s amazing nature, from mountains and waterfalls to forests and savannahs, to help you imagine future travel adventures. Plus coverage of Caribbean music, art, festivals, and more.

Read or download the issue on any of your devices:

  1. Read the flip-book online: Click on the box in the bottom right corner of the frame below to open it full-screen
  2. Download to your computer or mobile device:
    1. To download on a computer, click on the downward-facing arrow in the top left corner of the frame below
    2. On your mobile device, click the square button to the bottom of the frame to enter full screen, then click the download arrow to the top.

A note to readers

As we publish this latest digital issue of Caribbean Beat, it’s been more than half a year since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the Caribbean. 2020 thus far has been difficult for all of us, and there are still many rough months ahead. But despite these circumstances, Caribbean people continue to create and strive, reinventing the meaning of “normal,” and reconsidering what’s truly important for ourselves, our families, our communities.

In some Caribbean countries, borders have reopened and travel has resumed — with new precautions and protocols. We’re all eagerly looking forward to the time — not so far off, we hope — when travelling is once more easily possible. Until then, we can journey through our imaginations.

In this digital issue, we take you across the length and breadth of our region, exploring through stunning images the natural wonders of the Caribbean, in our special feature “Go wild.” From the limestone mogotes of Cuba to the Pitons of St Lucia, from the Rupununi Savannah of Guyana to Barbados’s limestone caves, the mangrove forests of Tobago and Antigua to the hiking trails of Dominica, the Caribbean is blessed with incredible natural landscapes and unique flora and fauna. COVID-19 physical distancing means avoiding crowds — so heed the call of the wild and consider an amazing outdoor adventure far from the hustle and bustle.

– The Caribbean Beat team